Macro-economic Data

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A. Demography and Macroeconomy

A.1 Population
VariableEnd of 2017End of 2016End of 2015SourcesVar ID
Total population5.61 million5.61 million5.54 million
WDI
A.1.1
Total number of households1.29 million1.26 million1.23 million
Department of Statistics Singapore
A.1.2
Average household size3.303.353.39
Department of Statistics Singapore
A.1.3
Urban population (% of total)100% of total100% of total100% of total
WDI
A.1.4
Urban population growth (annual %).09%1.3%1.19%
WDI
A.1.5
A.2 Economy
VariableEnd of 2017End of 2016End of 2015SourcesVar ID
GDP, current prices (U.S. dollars)323,902 USD (millions)309,754 USD (millions)304,092 USD (millions)
WEO
A.2.1
GDP based on PPP valuation of country GDP (Current international dollar)527,021 USD (millions)499,627 USD (millions)481,784 USD (millions)
WEO
A.2.2
GDP per capita, current prices (U.S. dollars)57,713.34 USD 55,241.28 USD 54,939.86 USD
WEO
A.2.3
GDP based on PPP per capita GDP (Current international dollar)93,905.5 USD 89,103.18 USD 87,043.14 USD
WEO
A.2.4
GDP, constant prices (Percent change)3.62%2.4%2.24%
WEO
A.2.5
Inflation, end of period consumer prices (Percent change).38%.16%-.64%
WEO
A.2.6
GDP, deflator (Index)105.82104.91104.95
WEO
A.2.7
Consumer price index113.27112.62113.22
WEO
A.2.8
GINI IndexNot availableNot availableNot available
WDI
A.2.9
Median national annual household income70,477.33 USD 64,285.42 USD 65,812.77 USD
Department of Statistics Singapore
A.2.10
Growth in urban household income (%/year)A.2.13
Employment (% of total laborforce)A.2.14
Unemployed3%2.1%1.9%
Department of Statistics Singapore
A.2.14.3
Interest Rates:A.2.15
Central bank lending/discount rateNot availableNot availableNot available
IFS
A.2.15.1
Yield on 3 months treasury billsNot availableNot availableNot available
IFS
A.2.15.2
Yield on 10-year Government bond2%2.47%2.6%
IFS
A.2.15.3
Average bank deposit rate.14%.19%.18%
IFS
A.2.15.4
Lending rate5.28%5.35%5.35%
IFS
A.2.15.5
B. Housing Market
B.1 Housing Stock: Production, Transactions
VariableEnd of 2017End of 2016End of 2015SourcesVar ID
Number of dwelling units:B.1.1
Percentage of vacant units7.84% of total8.77% of total8.13% of total
Department of Statistics Singapore
B.1.2
Characteristics of housing stock:B.1.3
Tenure in urban areas (%):B.1.4
Owner-occupied units90.7% of total90.9% of total90.8% of total
Department of Statistics Singapore
B.1.4.1
Private rental units8.51% of total8.5% of total8.7% of total
Department of Statistics Singapore
B.1.4.3
Estimated Number of units completed/yearB.1.5
Number of recorded urban housing transactions/year250101637814177
Urban Redevelopment Authority
B.1.6
B.2 Housing Prices and Cost for Urban Areas or Capital City
VariableEnd of 2017End of 2016End of 2015SourcesVar ID
Median urban house price in USD:B.2.1
Median house price to median annual HH income:B.2.2
Annual average % change in median house prices:B.2.3
M2 construction cost for median quality houseB.2.4


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Notes: Buyer's Stamp Duty Tax on the acquisition of a property is 1% for the first $180,000, 2% for the next $180,000, and 3% thereafter. The Additional Buyer's Stamp Duty Tax is 5-15%, depending on the category of the buyer. Seller's Stamp Duty Tax of 4-16% applies to residential properties acquired on or after January 14, 2011 and disposed of within 4 years of acquisition
Notes: Property tax is levied on the value of the property determined by the property tax department. The tax rate ranges from 0-16% for owner-occupied residential properties, 10-20% of non-owner-occupied properties, and 10% for non-residential properties.
Notes: The HDB offers up to two concessionary interest loans for households with average gross monthly income not exceeding S$10000. For Singles this is S$5000.
Notes: The HDB offers up to two concessionary interest loans for households with average gross monthly income not exceeding S$10000. For Singles this is S$5000.
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: 2010=100
Notes: Annual Average Unemployment
Notes: Annual Average Unemployment
Notes: Annual Average Unemployment
Notes: Annual Average Unemployment
Notes: Annual Average Unemployment
Notes: Annual Average Unemployment
Notes: Annual Average Unemployment
Notes: Annual Average Unemployment
Notes: Annual Average Unemployment
Notes: Annual Average Unemployment
Notes: Annual Average Unemployment
Notes: Average vacancy of Private Residential Units in Core Central Region, Rest of Central Region, and Outside Central Region
Notes: Average vacancy of Private Residential Units in Core Central Region, Rest of Central Region, and Outside Central Region
Notes: Average vacancy of Private Residential Units in Core Central Region, Rest of Central Region, and Outside Central Region
Notes: Average vacancy of Private Residential Units in Core Central Region, Rest of Central Region, and Outside Central Region  
Notes: Based on MAS’ survey of housing loans for selected financial institutions, which account for over 90% of total outstanding housing loans extended by the industry.
Notes: Based on MAS’ survey of housing loans for selected financial institutions, which account for over 90% of total outstanding housing loans extended by the industry.
Notes: Buyer's Stamp Duty Tax on the acquisition of a property is 1% for the first $180,000, 2% for the next $180,000, and 3% thereafter. The Additional Buyer's Stamp Duty Tax is 5-15%, depending on the category of the buyer. Seller's Stamp Duty Tax of 4-16% applies to residential properties acquired on or after January 14, 2011 and disposed of within 4 years of acquisition 
Notes: Buyer's Stamp Duty Tax on the acquisition of a property is 1% for the first $180,000, 2% for the next $180,000, and 3% thereafter. The Additional Buyer's Stamp Duty Tax is 5-15%, depending on the category of the buyer. Seller's Stamp Duty Tax of 4-16% applies to residential properties acquired on or after January 14, 2011 and disposed of within 4 years of acquisition.
Notes: Capped at 30% of Gross Monthly Income
Notes: Capped at 30% of Gross Monthly Income
Notes: Central Provident Fund
Notes: Central Provident Fund
Notes: Central Provident Fund
Notes: Chapter 22, Banking and Finance, of the Commercial Law deals with Mortgages.
Notes: Chapter 22, Banking and Finance, of the Commercial Law deals with Mortgages.
Notes: Chapter 22, Banking and Finance, of the Commercial Law deals with Mortgages.
Notes: Chapter 22, Banking and Finance, of the Commercial Law, deals with Mortgages
Notes: Consumer rights are covered by the Consumer Protection (Fair Trading) Act.
Notes: Consumer rights are covered by the Consumer Protection (Fair Trading) Act.
Notes: Consumer rights are covered by the Consumer Protection (Fair Trading) Act.
Notes: Consumer rights are covered by the Consumer Protection (Fair Trading) Act.
Notes: Consumer rights are covered by the Consumer Protection (Fair Trading) Act.  
Notes: Consumer rights are covered by the Consumer Protection (Fair Trading) Act.
Notes: estimate of HDB flats; currently more than 80 per cent of Singaporeans live in HDB flats
Notes: for loans taken from banks and HDB to purchase HDB flats, the monthly repayment installment for all property loans cannot exceed 30% of a borrower’s gross monthly income
Notes: for loans taken from banks and HDB to purchase HDB flats, the monthly repayment installment for all property loans cannot exceed 30% of a borrower’s gross monthly income
Notes: for loans taken from banks and HDB to purchase HDB flats, the monthly repayment installment for all property loans cannot exceed 30% of a borrower’s gross monthly income
Notes: for loans taken from banks and HDB to purchase HDB flats, the monthly repayment installment for all property loans cannot exceed 30% of a borrower’s gross monthly income
Notes: for loans taken from banks and HDB to purchase HDB flats, the monthly repayment installment for all property loans cannot exceed 30% of a borrower’s gross monthly income
Notes: for loans taken from banks and HDB to purchase HDB flats, the monthly repayment installment for all property loans cannot exceed 30% of a borrower’s gross monthly income 
Notes: for loans taken from banks and HDB to purchase HDB flats, the monthly repayment installment for all property loans cannot exceed 30% of a borrower’s gross monthly income 
Notes: Housing Development Board (HDB) loan financed by Central Provident Fund (CPF)
Notes: Housing Development Board (HDB) loan financed by Central Provident Fund (CPF)
Notes: Housing Development Board (HDB) loan financed by Central Provident Fund (CPF)
Notes: If Purchasing a HDB flat with loan from HDB, the maximum LTV is 90%. If the buyer is getting a loan from a bank, the maximum LTV varies (60 or 80%) depending on the length of the loan and type of property.
Notes: If Purchasing a HDB flat with loan from HDB, the maximum LTV is 90%. If the buyer is getting a loan from a bank, the maximum LTV varies (60 or 80%) depending on the length of the loan and type of property.
Notes: If Purchasing a HDB flat with loan from HDB, the maximum LTV is 90%. If the buyer is getting a loan from a bank, the maximum LTV varies (60 or 80%) depending on the length of the loan and type of property.
Notes: If Purchasing a HDB flat with loan from HDB, the maximum LTV is 90%. If the buyer is getting a loan from a bank, the maximum LTV varies (60 or 80%) depending on the length of the loan and type of property.
Notes: If you are taking a housing loan from HDB you may borrow up to 90% of the purchase price or the property’s valuation price depending on which is lower (for resale flats), subject to HDB’s credit assessment
Notes: If you are taking a housing loan from HDB you may borrow up to 90% of the purchase price or the property’s valuation price depending on which is lower (for resale flats), subject to HDB’s credit assessment 
Notes: Median Monthly Household Income from Work (Including Employer CPF Contributions) Among Resident Households * 12. Converted to USD with average exchange rate. Resident household refers to a household headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Median Monthly Household Income from Work (Including Employer CPF Contributions) Among Resident Households * 12. Converted to USD with average exchange rate. Resident household refers to a household headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Median Monthly Household Income from Work (Including Employer CPF Contributions) Among Resident Households * 12. Converted to USD with average exchange rate. Resident household refers to a household headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Median Monthly Household Income from Work (Including Employer CPF Contributions) Among Resident Households * 12. Converted to USD with average exchange rate. Resident household refers to a household headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Median Monthly Household Income from Work (Including Employer CPF Contributions) Among Resident Households * 12. Converted to USD with average exchange rate. Resident household refers to a household headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Median Monthly Household Income from Work (Including Employer CPF Contributions) Among Resident Households * 12. Converted to USD with average exchange rate. Resident household refers to a household headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Median Monthly Household Income from Work (Including Employer CPF Contributions) Among Resident Households * 12. Converted to USD with average exchange rate. Resident household refers to a household headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Median Monthly Household Income from Work (Including Employer CPF Contributions) Among Resident Households * 12. Converted to USD with average exchange rate. Resident household refers to a household headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Median Monthly Household Income from Work (Including Employer CPF Contributions) Among Resident Households * 12. Converted to USD with average exchange rate. Resident household refers to a household headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Median Monthly Household Income from Work (Including Employer CPF Contributions) Among Resident Households * 12. Converted to USD with average exchange rate. Resident household refers to a household headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident. 
Notes: Median Monthly Household Income from Work (Including Employer CPF Contributions) Among Resident Households * 12. Converted to USD with average exchange rate. Resident household refers to a household headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident. 
Notes: Median Monthly Household Income from Work (Including Employer CPF Contributions) Among Resident Households * 12. Converted to USD with average exchange rate. Resident household refers to a household headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident. 
Notes: Median Monthly Household Income from Work (Including Employer CPF Contributions) Among Resident Households * 12. Converted to USD with average exchange rate. Resident household refers to a household headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident. 
Notes: Median Monthly Household Income from Work (Including Employer CPF Contributions) Among Resident Households * 12. Converted to USD with average exchange rate. Resident household refers to a household headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident. 
Notes: Median Monthly Household Income from Work (Including Employer CPF Contributions) Among Resident Households * 12. Converted to USD with average exchange rate. Resident household refers to a household headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident. 
Notes: Median Monthly Household Income from Work (Including Employer CPF Contributions) Among Resident Households * 12. Converted to USD with average exchange rate. Resident household refers to a household headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident. 
Notes: Median Monthly Household Income from Work (Including Employer CPF Contributions) Among Resident Households * 12. Converted to USD with average exchange rate. Resident household refers to a household headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident. 
Notes: Median Monthly Household Income from Work (Including Employer CPF Contributions) Among Resident Households * 12. Converted to USD with average exchange rate. Resident household refers to a household headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident. 
Notes: Monetary Authority of Singapore
Notes: Monetary Authority of Singapore
Notes: Monetary Authority of Singapore
Notes: Monetary Authority of Singapore
Notes: Monetary Authority of Singapore 
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.  
Notes: Mortgage insurance is mandatory for owners of HDB flats if they are using their Central Provident Fund accounts to make monthly mortgage payments.   
Notes: New housing loans granted for Owner-occupied and investment properties. Sum of quarterly amount and converted to USD using average annual exchange rate
Notes: New housing loans granted for Owner-occupied and investment properties. Sum of quarterly amount and converted to USD using average annual exchange rate
Notes: New housing loans granted for Owner-occupied and investment properties. Sum of quarterly amount and converted to USD using average annual exchange rate
Notes: New housing loans granted for Owner-occupied and investment properties. Sum of quarterly amount and converted to USD using average annual exchange rate
Notes: New housing loans granted for Owner-occupied and investment properties. Sum of quarterly amount and converted to USD using average annual exchange rate
Notes: New housing loans granted for Owner-occupied and investment properties. Sum of quarterly amount and converted to USD using average annual exchange rate
Notes: New housing loans granted for Owner-occupied and investment properties. Sum of quarterly amount and converted to USD using average annual exchange rate
Notes: Outstanding Housing Loans that are Granted.
Notes: Outstanding Housing Loans that are Granted.
Notes: Outstanding Housing Loans that are Granted.
Notes: Outstanding Housing Loans that are Granted.
Notes: Outstanding Housing Loans that are Granted.
Notes: Property tax is levied on the value of the property determined by the property tax department. The tax rate ranges from 0-16% for owner-occupied residential properties, 10-20% of non-owner-occupied properties, and 10% for non-residential properties.
Notes: Property tax is levied on the value of the property determined by the property tax department. The tax rate ranges from 0-16% for owner-occupied residential properties, 10-20% of non-owner-occupied properties, and 10% for non-residential properties.  
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.  
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.  
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers only to households headed by a Singapore citizen or permanent resident.
Notes: Refers to household headed by a resident and Total includes resident households in dwellings provided free by employers/others  
Notes: Refers to household headed by a resident and Total includes resident households in dwellings provided free by employers/others
Notes: Subsidized flat prices for low income residents
Notes: Subsidized flat prices for low income residents 
Notes: Tenant and total includes resident households in dwellings provided free by employers/others
Notes: Tenant and total includes resident households in dwellings provided free by employers/others
Notes: Tenant and total includes resident households in dwellings provided free by employers/others
Notes: Tenant and total includes resident households in dwellings provided free by employers/others
Notes: Tenant and total includes resident households in dwellings provided free by employers/others
Notes: Tenant and total includes resident households in dwellings provided free by employers/others
Notes: Tenant and total includes resident households in dwellings provided free by employers/others
Notes: Tenant and total includes resident households in dwellings provided free by employers/others
Notes: Tenant and total includes resident households in dwellings provided free by employers/others
Notes: Tenant and total includes resident households in dwellings provided free by employers/others
Notes: Tenant and total includes resident households in dwellings provided free by employers/others
Notes: Tenant and total includes resident households in dwellings provided free by employers/others
Notes: Tenant and total includes resident households in dwellings provided free by employers/others
Notes: Tenant and total includes resident households in dwellings provided free by employers/others
Notes: Tenant and total includes resident households in dwellings provided free by employers/others
Notes: Tenant and total includes resident households in dwellings provided free by employers/others
Notes: Tenant and total includes resident households in dwellings provided free by employers/others
Notes: Tenant and total includes resident households in dwellings provided free by employers/others
Notes: The Central Provident Fund, a compulsory contributory fuund for employees/ers, allows its contributors to remove their savings for the purchase of house.
Notes: The Central Provident Fund, a compulsory contributory fuund for employees/ers, allows its contributors to remove their savings for the purchase of house.
Notes: The Central Provident Fund, a compulsory contributory fuund for employees/ers, allows its contributors to remove their savings for the purchase of house.
Notes: The Central Provident Fund, a compulsory contributory fuund for employees/ers, allows its contributors to remove their savings for the purchase of house.
Notes: The HBD offers flats at subsidized purchase prices for those who qualify.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.  
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB established in 1960 is Singapore's public housing authority that plans, develops and finances public housing.
Notes: The HDB offers up to two concessionary interest loans for households with average gross monthly income not exceeding S$10000. For Singles this is S$5000.
Notes: The HDB offers up to two concessionary interest loans for households with average gross monthly income not exceeding S$10000. For Singles this is S$5000.  
Notes: The HDB offers upto two concessionary interest loans for households with average gross monthly income not exceeding S$10000. For Singles this is S$5000.
Notes: The HDB offers upto two concessionary interest loans for households with average gross monthly income not exceeding S$10000. For Singles this is S$5000.
Notes: The Housing Development Board, the largest housing organization is funded by the government of Singapore.
Notes: The LTV limit ranges from 20-80%, dependent on how many mortgages the buyer has, length of the loan, and the source of the loan.
Notes: The LTV limit ranges from 20-80%, dependent on how many mortgages the buyer has, length of the loan, and the source of the loan. 
Notes: The LTV limit ranges from 20-80%, dependent on how many mortgages the buyer has, the length of the loan, and the source of the loan.
Notes: There is no capital gains tax in Singapore.
Notes: There is no capital gains tax in Singapore.
Notes: There is no capital gains tax in Singapore.  
Notes: Three credit bureaus were established in 2002.
Notes: Three credit bureaus were established in 2002.
Notes: Three credit bureaus were established in 2002.
Notes: Three credit bureaus were established in 2002.
Notes: Three credit bureaus were established in 2002.
Notes: Three credit bureaus were established in 2002.
Notes: Three credit bureaus were established in 2002.
Notes: Three credit bureaus were established in 2002.
Notes: Three credit bureaus were established in 2002.
Notes: Three credit bureaus were established in 2002.
Notes: Three credit bureaus were established in 2002.
Notes: Three credit bureaus were established in 2002.
Notes: Three credit bureaus were established in 2002.
Notes: Three credit bureaus were established in 2002.
Notes: Three credit bureaus were established in 2002.
Notes: Three credit bureaus were established in 2002.